Skip to comments.This Video Will Shock You: Asking Google Who Is Jesus Christ
Posted on 01/25/2018 4:39:19 PM PST by Enlightened1
Testing Google's A.I.
Google's A.I. for the most part uses Wikipedia to answer questions. Which is crazy because (wiki = edit) anyone can edit Wikipedia.
Anyhow, Google's A.I pulls every major religion's figure/Sage but the Christians? Coincidence? I don't think so.
Piss off Alexa
Whos Jesus to you?
(He laughs nervously)
Jesus is an historical figure for me, and hes also a bridge between God and man, in the Christian faith, and one that I think is powerful precisely because he serves as that means of us reaching something higher.
And hes also a wonderful teacher. I think its important for all of us, of whatever faith, to have teachers in the flesh and also teachers in history.
Is this Google gimmicking the result or merely a reflection of the fact that these sort of groups put up a lot of pages with the exact title "Who is Jesus Christ"?
It's a search engine not a discerner of truth.
We are way beyond high level compilers now for software,
Now you mash a button and it writes the code for the social lie
Any jazzhole can monkey with the code
I heard that if you ask Alexi who founded the Catholic Church she says Jesus.
The point is GIGO, lots of GIGO now
Exactly. Google is simply a search engine, and is not ‘all knowing’. Not even this current Pope could be called ‘all knowing. People tend to waste emotion when algorithms do not behave like an actual human being with a mind, a heart and a soul.
I had been using Ixquick but they shadow Google now so I quit them. Duck Duck Go is my go to now. And they gave the right answer.
Google is a biased (left) search engine that ID’s and follows you and collects data on you.
This is true.
Far from hiding their leftward biases, Facebook tends to brag about it, then (pretend to) walk it back a little.
This open intolerance will continue until it effects their Stock Price. Same for Twitter.
Guess who just joined LYFT’s Board of Directors last July?
Ms Valerie Jarrett (aka Obama’s Thinking Device and Minder).
Need to hack Alexa to change its activation code to “Jesus”
Beat me to it. :-) After watching the video, I had that idea too and tried it -- Google search results. Google results vary some by location, especially by country, but mine matched yours, with the Jehovah's Witnesses first, next LDS (Mormons), then -- I'm guessing without checking them -- other groups noted for their proselytizing.
As you suggest, that ranking probably has to do with which groups have the most traffic associated with that particular question rather than with leftist propagandizing.
> Anyhow, Google’s A.I pulls every major religion’s figure/Sage but the Christians? Coincidence? I don’t think so.
That really is a glaring omission. At a minimum it shows neglect in assessing importance.
Point taken but there is no doubt that they bury things like the fact the DNC email server material was LEAKED not HACKED. Try to find it for yourself and you’ll see.
I agree in not trusting them. Bias in the mainstream media continually disgusts me. It’s bad and continues to worsen.
Actually, the situation could be worse -- having leftist sites as authorities and no chance to edit them. :-) With Wikipedia, there's at least a chance that the more glaring distortions will be corrected.
I don't doubt that different persons would find different things to dispute in the rest of the article (which I haven't read), but it seems to me that the Wikipedia "Jesus" article begins fairly well:
"Jesus[e] (c. 4 BC c. 30 / 33 AD), also referred to as Jesus of Nazareth and Jesus Christ,[f] was a Jewish preacher and religious leader. He is the central figure of Christianity. Most Christians believe him to be the incarnation of God the Son and the awaited Messiah (Christ) prophesied in the Old Testament." [Wikipedia]
If Google A.I. had quoted that, that wouldn't have been bad as a quick answer.
A problem with "Mohammed" is that there are various spellings and pronunciations. I learned the spelling "Mohammed" growing up (and just confirmed that spelling in three encyclopedias of the middle of the last century). Wikipedia, though, now spells it as "Muhammad". Anyway, please try those variations and see if one shows up.
By the way, in my opinion English should be able to have its own anglicizing conventions, and not keep switching to conform to current trends in other languages (note that "Jesus" is said in widely varying ways in modern languages, and so far in English we're retaining its traditional English one). For a 2000-plus-post thread in which I argue against this trend of continually changing our traditional English spellings to match trends in spelling them in other languages -- no need to read all the posts, of course :-) -- see this language forum thread: Dictionary.com forum.
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